In our highly mechanized world, cranes are the workhorses that have increased economic growth and productivity in construction, mining, logging, maritime, production, and service facilities.
Mobile cranes are versatile machines that can be used for many job applications, from loading and unloading materials to placing those materials or personnel at heights that are hundreds of feet high.
Mobile cranes come in all sizes. From large all-terrain cranes used to lift loads in excess of 75 tons to small capacity utility truck cranes used for lifting much smaller loads, training is needed to ensure safe operation and productivity.
This online Rough Terrain Cranes course covers important aspects of rough terrain cranes, including their components, hazards, rigging, and operations.
- Rough terrain crane anatomy and inspection
- Crane stability and load charts
- Proper setup
- Communication and hand signals
- Critical lift planning
- Recognizing and avoiding common hazards